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  1. Zabranjeno Pušenje ("No Smoking") was/is a Yugoslavian garage rock band from Sarajevo, closely associated with the New primitivism cultural…

  2. Momčilo Bajagić "Bajaga" (Serbian Cyrillic: Момчило Бајагић Бајага) is a highly popular Serbian rock musician born in Bjelovar. He is best known as…

  3. Galija (Serbian Cyrillic: Галија; trans. Galley) is a Serbian and former Yugoslav rock band from Niš, Serbia. They released their first album in 1979…

  4. Parni valjak ("Steamroller") is a Croatian and former Yugoslav rock band, formed in 1975. They were one of the top acts of the former Yugoslav…

  5. Crvena Jabuka is a pop rock band that originated in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, but is based in Zagreb, Croatia since the beginning of the…

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  7. Azra was a rock band from Zagreb, Croatia (then Yugoslavia) that was popular in the 1980s. Azra was formed in 1977 by its frontman Branimir…

  8. In 1977 Jasenko Houra and his crew from Dubrava (in Zagreb) formed a rock & roll band which was named after an episode from a comic “Alan…

  9. Bijelo Dugme ("White Button") were a highly influential rock band from Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, in former Yugoslavia. Active between 1974…

  10. Hladno pivo (Croatian for "Cold beer") is a punk rock band from Zagreb, Croatia formed in 1987. It is one of most popular rock bands in Croatia.…

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